Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Week 9 Of Pregnancy: 11 Weeks Of Amenorrhea

Your heart rate increases and you are going to have breathing with difficulty very quickly.
Your body change and your uterus keep growing; it now has the size of an orange, here you must think about getting pregnancy clothes.
Your kidneys will work to your advantage to eliminate waste but also those of your baby. It is therefore advisable to drink plenty of water, which will also avoid urinary tract infections.

Your baby
It was during this week that your baby is no longer an embryo but a fetus. Its size is 5.5 cm and weighs about 9 g.
His head is recovering gradually and starts to round up, but it is still very large. Eyelids completely cover their eyes. The lips are emerging and her face is identifiable.
His arms and legs continue to grow and hands and feet grow this week.
The genital tracts are differentiated (ovaries or testes), if it is a boy, his testicles are beginning to produce testosterone.
The heart beats between 110 and 160 beats per minute at its own pace.

Good to Know
Make an appointment for your first ultrasound to be held the tenth week of pregnancy to ensure its smooth running.
Improve your circulation daily by walking and breathing calmly.


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